[Shanghai] Paris Blanc

Paris Blanc Add: Shop S215 Taikoo Hui, 789 Nanjing Xi Road, Shanghai 石门一路288号 兴业太古汇南广场S215 Tel: +86 (21) 6266 8351 Hours: Mon-Thur 11:00-23:00, Fri-Sun 11:00-24:00 Price: [lunch] 188 / 3-course; [dinner] 400-650 Visited: January 2018 Will return: No The year of chicken might be drawing to a close, but the rotisseries just keep on coming. Possibly the…

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[Shanghai] Terroir Parisien

Terroir Parisien Add: 1/F Raffles City Changning, 1195 Chang Ning Road, Shanghai 长宁路1195号长宁来福士广场1楼 Tel: +86 (21) 6088 1677 Hours: Mon-Fri 11:30-22:00, Sat-Sun 11:30-23:00 Price: [lunch] 128 / 2-course, 158 / 3-course; [dinner] 350-600 Visited: December 2017 Will return: Yes Yet another big-name French chef has landed in Shanghai. Yannick Alléno, whose restaurants Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris and…

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[Shanghai] Daliah

Daliah Add: 408 Shan Xi Bei Road, Shanghai 陕西北路408号 Tel: +86 (21) 6288 8773 Hours: Mon-Sun 11:00-23:30 Price: [dinner] 150-250 Visited: December 2017 Will return: Yes Please note that this was an arranged tasting. One of the only Austrian restaurants in Shanghai, Daliah sits on the busy intersection of Bei Jing Road and Shan Xi Road.…

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[Shanghai] Le Bistrot de Racine

Le Bistrot de Racine opened this summer with little fanfare, joining the already crowded pond of French bistros in Shanghai. With just over three months under its belt, the restaurant is already hitting its stride with both food and service, riding comfortably between laid-back indulgence and refined elegance.

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[Shanghai] Colca

Colca stands out among the multitude of F&B concepts in Yong Ping Li with its open-armed approach to Peruvian food. Chef-owner Eduardo Vargas and executive chef Oscar Beltran bring together their respective Peruvian and Spanish roots, throwing a dash of global inflection into the equation. The resulting menu is a free-spirited melange of flavors, but you leave nonetheless with a clear sense of what Peruvian cuisine is about.

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[Shanghai] Le Bouchon

An institution of French cooking in Shanghai if ever there was one, Le Bouchon is the oldest French restaurant in the city, and has been serving up French classics for longer than many of us have lived here. As the restaurant reopens its doors after a brief summer hiatus – just in time for its 20th anniversary – it is clear that despite the new management team and revamped menu, Le Bouchon’s brand of old-school, no-frills French cooking hasn’t changed a bit.

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